I get excited by any Glossier launches, and the Glossier After Baume Moisture Barrier Recovery Cream has been revealed as being the latest Glossier skincare launch, and it’s perfectly timed for winter.
The last time we saw a new Glossier skincare launch was their Universal Pro-Retinol back in August, so it’s a long time since we saw a new Glossier skincare product join the range.
The Glossier After Baume Moisture Barrier Recovery Cream is set to launch on the 15th of February on the Glossier website, where it’ll be on sale for $28 (and expected to be £24).
This latest Glossier skincare launch is a winter marvel, and is described as being a heavy duty moisturiser, perfect for those with skin that’s dry, or prone to being sensitive, with a formula that’s clinically proven to hydrate the skin for up to 24 hours.
The Glossier After Baume Moisture Barrier Recovery Cream is infused with cupuaçu butter, which helps the skin to retain moisture, whilst post-biotic ferment aids to restore the complexion’s balance at a microscopic level.
Glossier have included other skincare ingredients, such as green microalgae extract, which is packed with minerals, vitamins, chlorophyll and essential nutrients, as well as linoleic acid that keeps water in and unwanted particles out.
Looking at the Glossier After Baume Moisture Barrier Recovery Cream in the jar, the texture looks like it could possibly be similar to a super rich cold cream, which would make sense reading the claims.
Cold creams tend to come in tin packaging, and this Glossier version has a tin lid, so it’s quite possible it’s Glossier’s version of a more advanced cold cream, with a more advanced formula than the likes of Astral.
I’m really looking forward to giving it a try, as it sounds like an amazing product to help with dryness, which is definitely something I need help with, and from the 15th of February, the latest Glossier skincare launch will be available right here.
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